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Steven A Pifer

M.D. Class of 2019

Hometown: Marietta, Ga.
Undergraduate Degree: Appalachian State University

Steven graduated from Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry while minoring in both biology and Spanish. He was a four-year letterman for the Division I varsity wrestling program, undergraduate researcher, and member of the student conduct board. At FSU he has served on the Chapman Community Health Project Executive Board. This student-led organization works with a local community that provides housing and other services to individuals and families who have experienced homelessness or are at risk for homelessness in the Tallahassee area through monthly health screenings, coordinating community-based events, and educational opportunities. He is a member of the Family Medical Scholars. This selective program provides skills in the pursuit of leadership positions for students who wish to explore family medicine in greater depth. He is a founder of the White Coats for Black Lives Chapter at FSU and co-organizer of the Racism Awareness Series, an inclusive program that brought awareness to the topics of race and race relations. He also is the student representative for the FMA Council on Legislation, has participated in the Immokalee Service Trip, spent his summer practicum at the Seminole Tribe Health Department, was a teaching assistant for the Class of 2020, and is a National Health Service Corps Scholar.